Mr., March 1952
Did I maybe cut off the caption at some point? Is this maybe an illustration that I misfiled? Even when I don't get something, I at least see where they tried. I don't know what's going on.
Gahan Wilson was trying to say here in this Playboy cartoon from March 1973. He's a tough guy that wouldn't wear a white hat?
They look the same size to me, though since most of these magazines are mammocentric, perhaps that's the joke.
I've noticed a lot of the cartoons from WWI-era Punches have a “you had to be there” feel to them.
Bo Brown or Al Ross.
I think this was in Hello Buddies
I'm not sure how this was pulled off. Did they screw through a hole in the fence or did he just rub his dick against her? If she's wearing shorts it would be difficult for him to get it inside with the addition of the hole there. We don't see his side, but presumably he's wearing pants, so in addition to going through the hole and through the leg of her shorts, he has to use the fly of his pants. The logistics and extra steps seem too complicated for it to really be worth it, so they must be super-horny for the mood to not wear off. And if they're kissing openly, it wouldn't be a secret rendezvous. I understand the need to hide the deed from the public, but since their affection is out in the open, there's no need to use the fence as an extra barrier.
Ever notice how every cliché about life on other planets has always involved using resources invented on Earth? Arriving in a spaceship made of metal propelled by jets, using communication based on harnessing radio waves, speaking an Indo-European language, and walking on two legs (even the concept of walking as a means of transportation is a human invention). Usually something's different enough to make them alien, like an extra appendage or different color hair or skin.
This being Playboy magazine, fuckability is added to the mix. The alien discrepancy would be the differently-colored hair, though somehow life on other planets still had the hairstyles of the time.
Theoretically one could argue the ideal female as espoused in Playboy is already alien even if it isn't from space.
I get the joke. It's fairly self-explanatory. These are only the male of the alien species, and if you think that's something, wait until you see the females, they're really something that'll turn you on in ways you couldn't imagine.
My punchline is that they're gay. Now, hear me out. It's not homophobia on my part, it's hypocrisy on theirs. The idea is that they would never in a million years admit any attraction to the same sex yet are turned on by beings that are the same sex despite knowing so. And not only are these farmers gay, so are readers of the magazine if they were titillated at all by the cartoon for the same reason=[. Regardless of your own preference or identification, you have to admit that readers of skin magazines, particularly those that boast of exuding testosterone, being secretly gay, is funny.
And so this cartoon proves that sexuality is not 100% binary.
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